2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid 4-Door Sedan
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- Excellent fuel economy, other excellent features in top trim package.
- None (except the Turanzas)
One reviewer wrote that the brakes were overly sensitive. That is actually a feature of the car to increase braking when the car senses you are in a panic braking mode. And it really works very well. Perhaps less tailgating would prevent this.
I find I average about 38 mpg in 75 mile per day commute on the highway and in the city, so the car more than lives up to the mpg claims. Hot rodders will never get good mileage no matter what they drive, so I can see how some "lead foot"s would get less. Generally I get as high as 44 mpg if I travel on the highway. I have not gotten the best mpg in the city, but I think that would require a flat terrain to achieve the advertised city mpg.
Otherwise, quiet and comfortable with the leather trim, navigation, etc. Oh, the heated seats are supposed to work intermittently, since they heat up, then turn off, then re-heat when the thermostat gets to a certain level.
I can't say I like the Turanza's that come standard on the car. I am looking forward to getting a better set of rubber. The automatic traction control really saves the car from these sub-par tires (all Toyota drivers I have spoken with don't like the stock rubber.)
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